New book by David Chris teaches English using only Five Root Words

Published October 2, 2023

Expert language trainer David Chris has launched his brand-new book, "How To Speak English Like A Native". The book went live on September 25th. It is available on Amazon and is expected to become a big hit with aspiring English speakers.

More information on the book can be found here:

This is the fourth book Chris has authored. The book was written with the aim in mind to help English aspirants to master the English language in a holistic manner. There's also particular excitement about this launch because it will unveil the true secret of learning the English language.

How To Speak English Like A Native sets its main focus on mastery of English through five simple root words. Author David Chris claims that any non-native speaker can learn English fluently if they understand the basic structure of framing English sentences. He explains that all English sentences consists of two parts: Subject and Ideas. Further Subjects can be specified as Somebody or Something. And Ideas can be expressed in three forms: Being, Doing, and Having. These five root words are the Supreme Pattern of English Language aka SPEL Formula. (Somebody/Something + Be/Do/Have).

David Chris challenges his readers to think of any sentence and one will find these five root words. His book outlines how to use these five root words to master English. He asserts that this is the easiest and fastest technique ever to gain subconscious fluency. How To Speak English Like A Native has been released by Clever Fox Publishing.

David Chris has a background in the Language Training field for 30 years. This helped shaped the creation of the book as it made him realize that there should be a simpler way to teach English to the general public who struggle to speak English.

When asked about why he wrote the book, Chris said: "English is the lingua franca of the modern world, yet six billion people can't speak English. Making more people speak English will make a better, connected world."

Chris has hopes that the book, especially the five root words will fill the gap between native and non-native speakers. This positive outlook from the author is certainly testament to their optimism considering some of the difficulties encountered during the book's creation. Certain cultural ideas and grammatical aspects in English cannot be translated into native languages. One has to accept the differences and work around to find a close translation.

In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking his trainers, teachers, and mentors who guided him in the initial stages of his career and later the public who came to him to learn English but had absolutely no idea about the language, its structure, grammar, and words. For their part in the creation of the book, he said: "I would like to thank the commoners who were passionate to learn English but had concerns, worries and doubts. Especially how to begin a conversation in English."

Those interested in learning more about the book can visit here:

David Chris

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